Strong Bones Or Osteoporosis?

Bone loss is rare when bones are constantly used to support the weight of a body in erect alignment. Bones are weight bearing and bone density increases. Like muscles, bones strengthen when used and stimulate bone growth. Misaligned bones adapt to body imbalance, altering their growth patterns or do not grow when not weight bearing. more

The Key To dressing Well

Good posture is the key to dressing well no matter your budget. The most expensive clothes cannot make up for a slumped, slouching figure. It is the best way to look great, while saving money on your wardrobe. Structured clothing with set-in sleeves and waistlines seems to be a thing of the past, reflecting the more

Preparing For Pregnancy

Preparing for pregnancy is like having a master plan for a construction project. You want the best materials and the best building site. The materials are a woman’s egg, the health of her reproductive system, the viability of a man’s sperm and the healthy nutrients for a growing fetus. The building site is the womb. more

Alignment & Flexibility

Love and marriage, horse and carriage – you know the song. The same is true of alignment and flexibility. You cannot have one without the other. As alignment increases, flexibility increases. As alignment declines, flexibility and our desire to move declines and we begin losing a wide range of movement. When there is poor alignment, more

Helping Your Heart

Postural collapse compresses the rib cage, much like having an elephant sit on your chest. Well, maybe not like an elephant, but it does cause considerable and unnatural pressure on a heart requiring the right position and enough room to function properly. The shape and size of the rib cage decides the shape and size more

All Things Have Posture

All things with the ability to move – animals, plants, buildings, vehicles and the earth – adapt to their environment and outside forces, which change or modify their alignment. A seagull sets its wings for a glide in the sky and a bird dog points to guide the hunter to a downed prey. We pose more

Your Truthful Body

About 93 percent of communication is non-verbal, making your body your most important tool for expression – your communication beyond the spoken word. If you say nothing at all, you still communicate through the language of your body, its stance, gesture and movement. Some body talk is conscious and some unconscious. Some is purposeful, intentional more